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2018-Oct-27, 12:50 AM
Neutron stars scream in waves of spacetime when they die, and astronomers have outlined a plan to use their gravitational* agony to trace the history of the universe. Join us as we explore how to turn their pain into our cosmological profit. Standards & Practices Cosmologists are obsessed with standards. The reason for this obsession …
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